Stay between him and the basket at all times. Keep some distance. If he STOPS dribbling then get in his face because he either has to shoot or pass to prevent double dribbling or traveling. Arms out and/or up all the time as well.
The shooter has to wait for the ball to touch the rim.
If you mean a goal shooter then yes! Every player has to defend his or her player on the opposite team.
you just have to keep practicing
a j guyton
no, Larry Bird is.
Yes. It is called a 'block' and will result in 2 foul shots for the shooter. If the shooter makes the shot but also gets fouled, the basket counts as 2 points and the shooter gets 1 foul shot opportunity.
t persition is a defence standing in basketball. when you defend your opponent you should do it
Goal Shooter: Scores most of the goals. Goal Attack: Bring the ball into attacking third and score goals. Wing Attack: Bring the ball into the attacking third. Centre: Attack and defend the ball through the whole court except the goal circle. Wing Defence: Defend the Wing Attack. Goal Defence: Defend the Goal Attack. Goal Keeper: Defend the Goal Shooter.
Yes, if he is quick enough to get to it before everyone else.
he is a guy that loves to shoot long basketball shots and dont miss them much!!